Soul food (& drink) for media folk @ TMC

06 Sep,2012

By Meghna Sharma


There is no dearth of Cafes and pubs in Delhi. So how is The Media Cafe going to be any different from the rest? The answer relies in the consumers it aims to please – the media fraternity.


The Cafe, which opens on September 6, is the brainchild of Raghav Subramanian and Sudha Natrajan. Both come in with more than 20 years’ experience each in the industry, and wanted to give back something to the industry. “Our industry is very people-centric, so it is for the friends – colleagues and clients – which we have made over the years,” says Sudha Natrajan.




Raghav Subramanian

The Media Cafe is a unique concept, which will mainly cater to the entire fraternity – media/advertising/marketing. “Our idea is to have a place where people from the industry can hang out and have a good time. However, since we are in a mall – which gives us security as well as other amenities like power etc – other walk-ins are also expected. Having said that, its not a place where you’ll see Delhi socialites, but is a place where people will become regulars and would want to come and unwind and provide a sense of belonging to the community,” she adds.
The theme too of the Cafe is very media centric and promises to provide ‘soul’ food to the patrons. The owners aim to provide the best to the industry which has given them so much and want the Cafe to be a place to be much more than ‘business’. “From the ambiance to food to the pricing, we have kept the industry in mind. And as said earlier, we want people to come back again and again. Hence, we don’t want the place to be heavy on people’s pockets. We want both senior as well as junior level employees to enjoy the place,” says Natrajan.


But what about Mumbai? “Of course, Mumbai is on the cards. But let us stabilize here and then we will definitely open-up in Mumbai,” says Natrajan when asked about future plans for the Cafe.


Sudha Natrajan

Address: 3rd Floor, South Point Mall, next to Genpact, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon, Haryana 122002

Timings: Mon – Sun 12:00-00:00

Serves: International and Indian cuisines + alcohol

Accommodatse: Approx 110-120 people

Pricing: Not very heavy on the pocket


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  1. himanshu says:

    I m loving it 🙂